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A laundrette promising to ensure the "purity" of clothes for Muslims is being criticised.
Celebrities share embarrassing photos to raise money for Puerto Rican hurricane victims.
Lebanese teenager Eva-Marie Mahfouz is one of the only women in Lebanon taking part in the sport, described as street gymnastics.
New restrictions have been imposed in an Anglophone area ahead of planned protests on Sunday.
Nguyen Xuan Son is given the death penalty for his role in a fraud case involving millions of dollars.
A man held over the disappearance of nine-year-old Maëlys de Araujo is urged to speak.
Passengers are boarding the last international flights that will leave Irbil, in Iraqi Kurdistan, for the foreseeable future.
Teachers vow to use schools as polling stations as Sunday's vote in defiance of Spain looms.
The decision comes as pressure mounts after a decisive “Yes” vote in an independence referendum.
Dozens of Rohingya fleeing violence in Myanmar are now believed to have died in Thursday's accident.
The entrepreneur says his new rocket could fly people to Mars or take them rapidly from city to city.
The donkey had already bitten a Mercedes, the car owner discovered.
As tensions between Pyongyang and the US rise, daily life in the country continues almost as normal.
The disaster happened as large numbers of people tried to leave at the same time, officials say.
The star records a new version of J Balvin's hit single, with proceeds going to Puerto Rico.
A musical instrument owned by one of the Fab Four has been auctioned for more than $60,000.
The instrument was used by Harrison during the recording of the Beatles song Norwegian Wood.
Fans praise Hugh Hefner for buying the crypt next to Marilyn Monroe, but critics brand him "creepy".
Hundreds of Japanese species have been found on US coasts, swept there by the deadly 2011 tsunami.
As fighters are driven back, the first assessments of historic sites are being made.